Medeama SC captain Joseph Tetteh Zutah will end his fifteen-year stint with the club on Sunday, February 5, 2023.
Tetteh Zutah will retire from professional football, having established a reputation as an amazing player. He is now the club’s impressive chief administrator, entirely committed to the progress of Medeama SC.
He will bid farewell to the supporters at the Akoon Community Park on Sunday during their BetPawa Premier League matchday 16 clash with FC Samartex.
As confirmed by the Mauve and Yellow side, he will hand the captain’s armband to Kwasi Donsu and bid farewell to the fans.
The midfielder goes down in history as the most loyal and dedicated Medeama footballer to have graced the pitch in Tarkwa. He embodies everything the club stands for.
He featured in 430 game for the Mauve and Yellow and bagged over 100 goals and assists since joining the club as a teenager in 2008.
He clinched two FA Cup trophies with the Tarkwa-based side in 2013 and 2015.
Tetteh Zutah also featured prominently when the Yellow and Mauve side made it to the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup in 2016 after eliminating South African giants Mamelodi Sundowns.
The former player for Wassaman United will continue to serve as the club’s administrator, according to Medeama.
Currently, he serves as vice president of the Ghana Professional Footballers Association (PFAG).
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